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Swedish Authorities Drag Feet over Palestinian Refugee Student’s Appeal for Citizenship

Published : 21-06-2022

Swedish Authorities Drag Feet over Palestinian Refugee Student’s Appeal for Citizenship

Palestinian refugee Mohamed Abassi has received no reply over his appeal for Swedish citizenship which he had submitted since 2018.

Mohamed arrived in Sweden in 2014 with his younger brother.

The Swedish authorities claim that Mohamed’s application is still under study.

The delay has been attributed to routine procedures, including collecting information about the applicant from Kronofogdemyndigheten, from the police, and from the Security Agency (Säkerhetspolisen). The application may be rejected due to unpaid taxes or fees.

Abbassi’s appeal to reunite with his parents, currently sheltered in Ain El-Hilweh camp in Lebanon, has also been turned down.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/13238

Palestinian refugee Mohamed Abassi has received no reply over his appeal for Swedish citizenship which he had submitted since 2018.

Mohamed arrived in Sweden in 2014 with his younger brother.

The Swedish authorities claim that Mohamed’s application is still under study.

The delay has been attributed to routine procedures, including collecting information about the applicant from Kronofogdemyndigheten, from the police, and from the Security Agency (Säkerhetspolisen). The application may be rejected due to unpaid taxes or fees.

Abbassi’s appeal to reunite with his parents, currently sheltered in Ain El-Hilweh camp in Lebanon, has also been turned down.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/13238